This is for a logo commission. A few in-progress sketches and digital are attached. The shot crop is from the latest version, 'digital_v2'.
about 1 year ago
I definitely like the inline treatment. I would probably give all the inline strokes a needle point though. Also, the connection of the 'B' and 'G' seems a bit unnatural. Oh and thanks for attaching all those images! I love looking at how people go about their process of lettering from sketch to digital.
Love the direction that you are going with this. I agree with @Christopher about the B and G connection, the connecting line is a little thin and looks a bit rigid. The swirls next to the ampersand I think I would thin out a bit, they seem a little too thick in weight. Also the space between the O and D could be widened a bit.
I really like the drop shadow lines, looking forward to seeing this finished :)
I hope my comment sent ok on Facebook, it doesn't seem to be loading now so I can't check, but this has progressed beautifully. I forgot to mention earlier, but I love how the 'L-O' mirrors the 'U-T'. It's excellent how well integrated those parts are considering they are quite different from the junctions and connections everywhere else.
It's very nice. did you do any exploration of different lockups? Or was this the only one. It's stellar.
Thanks @Claire Coullon and @kirk visola!
Claire, thank you again. I still have a few tweaks to make (incorporating everyone's feedback) and working on that right now. Will be rebounding soon!
Kirk, at the beginning, I did a few very quick rough (and I mean ROUGH) lockup explorations, and showed them to the client. We both quickly agreed that a stacked version with the ampersand in the middle was the best option, even based on the loose roughs. But, here are those original roughs!
That's awesome. I love to see the process. Really cool.
Thank you sir! :)
This turned out so great! It's morbidly fantastic haha.
Love the rough work, looks great :D
Thanks @Anna Ropalo and @Kishan Patel!
by Nikita Prokhorov
Finished logotype. Full size piece attached.
about 1 year ago
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